Press Loses Interest In Tornadoes

Last year, tornadoes were proof of global warming. This year they aren’t important.

According to data from the Storm Prediction Center, the count of preliminary tornado reports during May — 139 — was much below the 1991-2010 average of 276. May is typically the most active tornado month during the year. This marks the slowest May, in terms of the number of tornadoes since 2005, when 124 tornadoes were confirmed. Once the final tornado count is confirmed, it is likely the May 2012 count will be revised lower.

State of the Climate | Tornadoes | May 2012

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3 Responses to Press Loses Interest In Tornadoes

  1. Joseph Bastardi says:

    BINGO FRONT ROW. 400 MB THEORY WORKS FOR 8TH YEAR IN A ROW!!

  2. Don Gaddes says:

    Calm down Joe, you cant push hot shit uphill with a piece of string!
    America has just gone through a One Solar/Earth Year ‘Dry’ Cycle.(less precipitation/snow/tornadoes.) The U.S. is now entering a Two Solar/Earth Year ‘Wet’/Normal Period,(more precipitation/snow/tornadoes.) Australia is six months into the aforementioned One Solar/Earth Year ‘Dry’ Cycle, thus, no categorised cyclones have affected the Australian mainland since December 2011.
    The NFL will be affected by snow for the next Two Solar/Earth Years.
    Nothing to do with ENSO/La Nina, or AGW. (or 400 MB THEORY!!)
    An updated version of the work ‘Tomorrow’s Weather’ Alex S. Gaddes (1990) (including ‘Dry’ Cycle forecasts to 2055,) is available as a free pdf from dongaddes93@gmail.com

  3. Shooter says:

    AHAHAHAHA – wait. WHERE’S MY GLOBAL WARMING?!?!?

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